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Old 05-30-2011, 04:51 PM   #21
 
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I tried to watch "The Last Exorcism" but it was shot with a hand held camera, which makes me dizzy, so only saw first few mins. Can't rate fairly.

Also tried to watch "Stone" with Edward Norton, Robert DeNiro, Milla Jovo & Frances Conroy, but couldn't get through it. 4/10

Not my day for movies, sadly.
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You can suggest them for this week's Movies..... The theme is movies we couldn't finish (and would like to subject others to the same level of pain)
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How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying- 7/10

I love musicals!
lmao this post combined with the gif in your signature makes it look like you REALLY love musicals. it made me laugh, at least.
ha ha ha....That is my reaction whenever I hear the word "movie(s)."

I always spend a day or two after watching a good musical lamenting the fact that I can neither sing nor dance. My child will be a thespian!

The gif makes me smile every time I see it.
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I love musicals!
Finally getting around to the last hour of the movie and I LOVE IT! It's now an 8/10. For some reason I'm reading it and imagining modern actors in the roles.

James Franco, Jessica Simpson, Jim Carey (old as he may be), Daniel Radcliffe, can't find a Rosemary though. (ETA: Justin Timberlake's GF could be Rosemary).
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Old 06-01-2011, 04:19 PM   #27
 
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All my daytime shows that come on while I'm @ work!!! Always have the DVR set


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Nothing. I'm still trying to get that damned annoying Teddy Roosevelt impersonator from A & OL out of my head. I wanted to duct-tape his mouth closed every time he ran up the stairs with upraised sword.

I just can't suggest horrible movies, kayb. Unless it's funny/bad, like some moronic thing I saw with a monster-murderer and the line "Don't you be a hero!"

I hear "The Tourist" was terrible. There's a podcast called "How did this get made?" in which they discuss bad movies. They discussed "The Tourist" this week. No one had anything good to say about it. But they were very funny.
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Vertigo. Suspenseful it is. That dream
sequence was one of the nuttiest things I've ever seen. Oh, Alfred!

7/10
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7/10
Woo hoo! Such a good movie.

And right now I'm watching O Brother Where Art Thou...one of my favorites. I've been on a real CoBros kick.

Also, if anyone wants a truly terrible movie, may I suggest The Room? It will blow your mind with its epic suckiness.
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You should join us over in Movies.....

We get to watch some cool stuff

Go make your suggestion.
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About to go watch "The Good Shepherd." I love Lee Pace.
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I watched the animated "Alpha and Omega" last night.

I liked it!

8/10
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@ Ninja: I've wanted to watch that movie for a while now, but the reviews on IMDB are really bad
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I'm watching Latter Days.

Fav quote so far:

"Gay and right do not belong in the same sentence.
Yeah? But right and right wing do?"
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This is one of my favorite movies of all time! Love it!


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Disney Jr w/ Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
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i need to watch The Lazarus Project today so I can send it back

Netflix - The Lazarus Project
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